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PartnerSPEAK provides advocacy and support for the non offending partner and family of a perpetrator of child sexual abuse and child exploitation material


Help us protect those most vulnerable during this pandemic. We need your support today.

If you are an affected partner or family member and would like to speak to one of our trained support workers simply call

1300 590 589

Our lines are open:
Tuesday 10am - 1pm AEST
Wednesday 6pm - 9pm AEST
Thursday 3pm - 7pm AEST

If you cannot call during these hours please leave us a message or complete this form for a call back.

Request Peer Support

Please only call the peer line if you are seeking peer support. Please direct all other enquiries to contact@partnerspeak.org.au

PartnerSPEAK.org.au is a support forum for people (affected partners) concerned about child exploitation material viewed by their spouses or family members.

Get involved with PartnerSPEAK

Volunteers are critical to PartnerSPEAK and we could not operate without our volunteers. We value the contributions of people who understand the issues affecting partners impacted by child abuse material, and who generously provide their time, skills and experience to help us to support affected partners and speak out against child abuse material.

PartnerSPEAK Research Report (2015)

Women’s experiences of learning about the involvement of a partner possessing child abuse material in Australia.

Online child abuse material is not ‘child pornography’

Article by PartnerSPEAK board member Marg Liddell, and Anastasia Powell, Senior Lecturer at RMIT.

PartnerSPEAK 2020 AGM

In October 2020, PartnerSPEAK hosted an entirely virtual AGM featuring some of the leading experts and decision makers in the industry. It was a fantastic event that revitalised our commitment to fiercely advocate for affected family members, and to create a world without child abuse material. You can watch the entire event and hear from people with lived experience here.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the First Australians, whose lands, winds and waters we all now share, and pay respect to their unique values, and their continuing and enduring cultures which deepen and enrich the life of our nation and communities. We pay our respects to elders past and present.

We are working to ensure our practice is culturally responsive and sensitive. To achieve this, we commit to understanding and respecting the historical and contemporary intergenerational traumas experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the implications this has for the work we do.

Having said this, we underscore, recognise, delight in, and learn from the strengths, capacities, abilities, and contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples make to wider Australian and global society. We embrace the principles of self-determination and reconciliation, and strive to work towards equality of outcomes and ensuring an equitable voice for Indigenous people in Australia.